I’m not going to lie, it was a tough call to choose between the two.
I think that’s probably because Netflix has been pretty good with their streaming rights.
There’s only one show that I haven’t seen yet, which is the first season of the upcoming Netflix original series called The Handmaid’s Tale.
This is the story of a dystopian future where women are forced to work as slave labour in factories and the country of Mordor.
While that may not sound very feminist, it is actually pretty awesome.
I am also a huge fan of the Netflix series The Crown, which was directed by Margaret Atwood and stars Lena Headey as a woman who is forced to take on the duties of Queen Elizabeth II after she is raped by her own husband.
This show is definitely a better representation of feminism than the Netflix originals.
But then I think of the shows that have been released on streaming services and it’s like, “Oh, my God, the Hulu movies aren’t as feminist.”
They’re not really about feminism, really.
The fact is that Netflix and HBO have different ways of doing things, which I feel is important to remember.
Netflix has had a long and storied history with movies, television and movies in general.
But they are still very much in the minority in the industry.
I think what makes Netflix great is that they are not afraid to take risks with their programming.
The fact that they can do it now with all of the changes they’ve made in their technology and the fact that the network has all of their own content makes them a force to be reckoned with.
If Netflix wanted to, they could make their shows a little bit more progressive, but I think they have the advantage of the fact they’re already the dominant streaming service.